Courtney Moore
Courtney Moore


Visalia, Calif.

High School:
Golden West






As a junior: All BIG EAST third team selection... Team co-vice captain... Started all 56 games... Second on the team with a .343 batting average... Led the Cards with 44 runs and 28 walks... Tied for first on the team with 15 doubles... Second on the team with 35 RBI... Holds school record for career runs (120)... Holds record for highest career on-base percentage .432... Set a school record for walks in a game with four against Villanova (5/7)... Tied a school record for runs scored in a game with four against Villanova (5/7)... Went 0 for 0 at the plate with four runs, four walks and was hit by a pitch against Villanova (5/7)... Career home run leader (29)... Second on career walks list with 71... Tied for second on the career RBI list with 128... Went 3 for 4 with a home run and a double and scored three runs in the 6-0 win over Eastern Kentucky (3/29)... Started the year with an on-base streak of 18 games (21 dating back to 2005) of reaching via a hit or a walk... Named to BIG EAST honor roll - March 6... Named to Florida State Early Bird Classic All-tournament team after batting .667 (6 for 9) with three doubles, a triple, six RBI and four runs scored.

As a sophomore (2005): Set a school record with 17 home runs and 53 RBI... Second on the team with a .405 batting average... Started all 63 games... 2005 C-USA Co-MVP of the Year... Earned National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-South second team honors... Named to C-USA All-tournament team... All-C-USA first team selection... Hit a solo home run in the bottom of the seventh to give the Cards a 5-4 win over Albany in the NCAA regionals... Registered two homers in the 8-2 loss to No. 18 Northwestern in the regionals... Hit a two-run shot with two-out in the bottom of the seventh to give the Cards a 5-4 win over host USF in the C-USA tournament... Put together a 15-game hitting streak... Her three-run home run gave the Cards a 3-2 win over Houston... Hit a solo walk-off home run in the ninth in U of L's 1-0 win over Indiana... Went 3 for 3 and drove in the winning run against Louisiana-Monroe... Scored winning run against then-No. 4 Oklahoma... Went 2 for 3 against then-No. 13 Tennessee's Monica Abbott... Drove in the winning run in 20 of Louisville's 42 wins... Tied for second on career triples list with 10

As a freshman (2004): Started all 60 games at shortstop... Fourth on the team with a .320 batting average... Led the Cards with 40 RBI... Had nine doubles, three triples and six home runs... Named to 2004 C-USA All-freshman team... Named C-USA Hitter of the Week on March 1, March 7 and April 12... Hit two-run homer to lift Cards to 2-1 win over Iowa State... Hit three-run shot in U of L's 4-0 win over DePaul... Blasted a solo shot in Cards' 3-0 win over Evansville.

In high school/club ball: Played softball for four years under coach Jeff Jennings... Named All-Area Player of the Year in 2003... Team offensive MVP in 2003... Received an all-American award in 2002... Named to the all-state team in 2002 and 2003... 2003 Gatorade Player of the Year... Earned first team All-Valley honors in 2001, 2002 and 2003... Named Defensive Player of the Year in 2000 and 2001... Earned second team all league honors in 2000... Also was a first-team all-league and league MVP selection in soccer... Played for the Fresno Force club team.

Personal: Daughter of Pamela and Ron Moore... Born Courtney April Moore on April 7, 1985... Major is sport administration... Nickname is C-Moore.

    American Athletic Conference NCAA University of Louisville
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